Los Angeles

It used to be a bank, now it’s a bibliophile’s dream come true – The Last Bookstore (453 S Spring Street, Los Angeles) is a two-storey, 16000 square feet of new and used books, oh, and vinyl records – remember…

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Here is my Los Angeles restaurant review of Uncle John’s Cafe. Let’s say your downtown. It’s lunch time. You’re hungry. You want to eat a huge bowl of wonton soup and be surrounded by policeman as you do it. Why?…

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Here is my Los Angeles restaurant review for Uncle Darrow’s in Venice. When it comes to eating New Orleans inspired food in Los Angeles, the city is nearly bereft of solid choices. Harold & Belles’s has a place on the…

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Here is my Los Angeles Restaurant Review of Wings World. It all started with a jonesing for wings. And LA, sad wing world that it is, just doesn’t have a ton of truly special places to get your wing on….

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One man’s junk is another man’s treasure as they say, and nowhere this could be truer than at Long Beach Antique Market (4901 E Conant Street
, Long Beach CA) in Los Angeles. Voted one of the best flea markets in the…

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Cupcakes or Ice cream? Ice cream or Cupcakes? Now you can have both and they are right next door to each other. Sprinkles, considered to be the World’s first cupcake bakery (9635 S Santa Monica Blvd, Beverly Hills, 90212) is serving…

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